Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church

1865 Knoxlyn Road    *    Gettysburg, PA 17325    *    (717) 642-5332


Men's Breakfast  December 14 at 8:00 AM - Speaker is Erin Rodgers of Running with Love

Advent Bible Study  - Pastor Mark will lead the bible study utilizing the book called "Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes:An Advent Study" by Cynthia M. Campbell.  The dates of the study are December 16 at 7:00 PM 

Christmas Caroling @ SpiriTrust -  On December 14th the Couple's Study Group will meet at SpiriTrust, Gettysburg at 4:30 for caroling with the residents. Afterward they will have dinner at HOSS's and a white elephant gift exchange. Each couple should bring a gift with an approximate $10 value.  

Family Life Movie Night - December 21.  More info coming soon!

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship - December 24  7:00 & 11:00 PM - Includes The Lord's Supper

2020 Marriage Retreat - IS YOUR MARRIAGE WORTH REPEATING? Join us for LMCPC’s Annual Marriage Retreat to find out how the Bible teaches us to have a marriage that is, in fact, worth repeating! The retreat will once again be held at the beautiful Eden Resort in Lancaster, Pa from Fri Jan 10th through Sun Jan 12th. Signup is in the Narthex! Cost is $250/couple and is due to the church office by Nov 3rd. Please contact the church office with questions. 717-642-5332 or a member of the committee. Jackson's, Wamplers, Orleskis, & Benners.


Fitness Program - "FUNnFITNESS"

The Fitness Program lead by Dave Diehl is Thursday's at 9:00 AM.  


During Advent prayerfully consider joining the room 4 Sunday morning adult group as they read and discuss Walter Brueggemann’s book Names for the Messiah.  Isaiah 9:6 has four royal titles - Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.  This Advent study will ponder each title and how Christians interpret Jesus as representative of that title.  Questions: ask Doyle Waybright or Susan Nunamaker

Wednesday Afternoon Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

The Wednesday 1:30 PM Bible Study has begun a book by N. Graham Standish called "Paradoxes For Living".  To be strong, we have to be weak. To become mature, we have to become children. To live, we have to die are some of the challenges we are exploring. Standish suggests that taking time to delve into these oft-overlooked passages will help faith grow and give a deeper understanding of and closer relationship with God. Please feel free to join us.